PG&E Report It 4+

Safer communities, together

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Designed for iPhone

    • 2.8 • 20 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

PG&E Report It makes it easy to report non-emergency safety concerns related to PG&E electrical equipment. Simply submit a photo of a power pole, power line or other electrical equipment that you think is hazardous, along with the location and a brief description. Your submission goes straight to our Safety Team for review within 30 days. Together, we can help keep our communities safe.

With the app, you can:
• Review examples of safety issues
• Submit a photo or video of a non-emergency safety concern
• See submissions made by others
• Get notified when your safety concern is under review or closed
• See PG&E’s findings about your concern and others

What’s New

Version 1.9.2

Waitlist automation changes
RateIt screen API error handling.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Avid reader 123 ,

Just downloaded and it doesn’t appear to work

Kind of a sad statement of PG&E overall. I received their large flashy introduction to a new app. Saying this is part of their new and improved safety toolkit.

I downloaded it, launched the app, it brings up a map and places me on the map. Then immediately flashes you a message say there is an “error cannot connect to the server, try again later wIth an OK button”

If this is part of a safety toolkit (their words) for report and view critical problems then you would think they would make sure the app was bulletproof.

Developer Response ,

We're sorry that you experienced this. Our app had technical problems on September 27 and 28. The problem has been resolved, but if you continue to have issues using the app, please contact us at SafetyAppTeamSupport@pge.com.

East Bay birder ,

Fake app prevents you from reporting a problem

Unbelievably, PG&E’s “Report it” app requires you to first register your email address with them, then wait *SEVEN DAYS* while they process your registration BEFORE you can report a problem. Other than PG&E employees, first responders and other specialists, what % of the general public downloading the app will be doing so specifically to report an immediate problem? (and discovering the app won’t let them report it!) And what % of those people will never face a reportable problem with PG&E equipment other than that one time when they downloaded the app? This is clearly designed to help PG&E try to improve their horrible public image by saying “look at all the ways we’re offering the public to report problems”, while designing the app to make it impossible for a very high percentage of the public to report anything the one time they need to.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback. The Report It app is a pilot program for customers living in the highest risk wildfire areas. Customers in these areas were invited to use the app. If their email is on file with us, there’s no wait to submit a ticket. Others in lower wildfire risk areas can also use the app, but they may be subject to a wait of up to 7-days before they are granted access. The app was designed for non-emergency issues, so items requiring an urgent response should not be submitted using this app. If an issue needs immediate response, call 1-800-742-5000.

BonBonR22 ,

PG&E

I have looked all over this app and the App Store. How do you pay your bill???? I had the app to pay my bill on my other iPhone. Then when I upgraded to my new iPhone. Went to download my apps, this was the only option for PG&E. But you can’t. Pay your Bill!!! I have to go to my old phone and use the app I have on it to pay!! Because that app can’t be found. Just this report it crap. So what’s the deal???

App Privacy

The developer, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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